Friday, November 25, 2011

Video: Look What I Got...

Viviscal!!! I was sent this product by NaturallyCurly.com on 11/11/2011 and I've been taking them ever since. Continue reading to get my thoughts on "growth" vitamins, how I plan to share my Viviscal experience with you guys and more information on this product.

Product Overview: How It Works...Four Stages to Healthier Hair Viviscal® works in 4 stages over 6 months (although most users notice a difference after just 3 or 4 months -- in line with the natural hair growth cycle).
STAGE 1 -- Nourishes the hair follicles.
STAGE 2 -- Strengthens and promotes the growth of existing hair.
STAGE 3 -- Promotes the growth of existing hair where it has slowed down or temporarily stopped. These hairs are thin and wispy at first.
STAGE 4 -- Hair becomes stronger, healthier and more vibrant.

*Clinical trials were conducted on male subjects. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results will vary.

Ingredients: AminoMar C™ (Marine Protein Extract): 300mg, Acerola Cherry Extract (Vitamin C 30mg: 50% RDA*): 120mg, Horsetail Extract equivalent to: 30mg * Recommended Daily Allowance

Cost: 60 Tablets for $49.99 @ http://aiprx.viviscal.com/ 
For more information please visit the website above.

So far I haven't noticed any changes to my hair and I haven't had any bad reactions to my face, it's only been a few weeks though. Make sure you check back on 12/11 for updates and another length check.

9 comments:

  1. Girl, you don't need these your "hurr" is thick (how thick does it need to be), healthy and of course, beautiful! What happens when you stop taking them...does hair excessively start shedding? I say ditch the pills now!

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  2. I'm all for healthy supplements for hair... it'll simply be applied to the hair that it currently growing out of the scalp like what eating a nutritious diet does for our hair and scalp.

    So idc! Do what you do! I just wouldn't pay that much for hair supplements being a college student and all. I rather get my biotin from eggs, spinach, and carrots then take an occasional b-50 complex vitamin whenever I feels like it.

    but that's b/c I'm cheap... not because I'm against vitamins and supplements. good luck! looking forward to seeing how they are doing for your hair.

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  3. Juceefroot, she said that she was sent this products not that she bought them. Also, they vitamins may be expensive because they contain additional supplements that compliment biotin and a healthy diet.

    Just because something is not affordable to you doesn't mean you have to knock it... this is coming from a fellow college student.

    (FYI I've never tried these supplements)

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  4. Wow, your hair has gotten so long! Your skin reacts like mine. I can't take alot of supplements either (and herelately I can't use alot of face washes since I've started oil rinsing =/ have you experienced this to??) so I hope it all turns out well for you!!

    You already know you got some beautiful hair already so I won't mention that you don't really need them supplements...
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    But you DON'T. lol

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  5. I don't think you need it but I am waiting for your review. God Bless.

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  6. I hope these work well for you, I will be checking back for the update. Have you tried Hairfinity Vitamins?

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  7. Very good you have them, there are many good reports about them. Looking forward to your results.

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  8. Are you still taking the vitamins? Have you noticed a difference?

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  9. I am really interested in these supplements but my drug store doesn't know what I"m talking about. Any chance I could get an empty box to show them? I'll gladly pay shipping costs....

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